Thor Phase S9 Bike Pants From £25.98 @ChainReaction Cycles (RRP £79.99) - HotUKDeals
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Thor Phase S9 Bike Pants From £25.98 @ChainReaction Cycles (RRP £79.99)

£25.98 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
The Phase Pant offers an excellent fit with rugged durability. The most important part of a pant is often overlooked...the pattern. No matter how many features you add, if the fit isn’t right your rid…
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The Phase Pant offers an excellent fit with rugged durability. The most important part of a pant is often overlooked...the pattern. No matter how many features you add, if the fit isn’t right your riding will suffer. That’s why our Phase Pants feature Spandura stretch panels in all critical joint areas for improved mobility and less restriction.

• 4820 nylon construction for extended wear with 500D kordura butt panel for durability.
• Spandura stretch panels for mobility and airflow.
• Ballistic knee panel is padded for protection.
• Aramid fibre inner knee panel for grip and durability.
• Double and triple stitched for maximum durability.
• Full length sewn-in liner for comfort.
• Sizes - 28” to 38”
• Colours - Citrus, Event, Lime, Racer, Recon or Turbine.
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http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Images/Models/Original/30636.jpg
#2
Does the 28 / 30 inch size relate to the waist or length?
#3
only size 28 at this price and only 28 to 30 available shame as would of been a great buy
#4
put "bike" or something in the title else it sounds funny.
also, i do bike (xc mostly) and don't really know what these are for.. protection in dh i guess?

any good for riding up hills in? i'm thinking maybe good protection and some warmth for the winter..

more of an mx thing right?

Edited By: Smiff on Nov 10, 2010 22:30: blah

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